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Posts by Jeff Koyen

East Village West at Los Angeles's Royal/T Café
Earlier this month, dozens of museums, galleries and art spaces across Los Angeles hosted parties to commemorate the launch of Pacific Standard Time, a ... Read More
Save Money with Your Dog on the Road
As much as I love a seven-star oceanfront suite in Bali or a perfect boutique hotel with 10,000-count sheets, I also have a fondness for the classic Ameri... Read More
Walking Virginia's Widening Wine Trail
As any University of Virginia grad will breathlessly assert, Charlottesville, VA is America's greatest college town. Perhaps even the world's. (Oxford? Ba... Read More
Cool and Clever: Virgin Mobile's MiFi 2200
I'm skeptical of mobile internet gadgets that promise anything more than a snail's-pace speed. But Virgin Mobile's MiFi 2200 Mobile Hotspot surprised me. In... Read More
No Ghosts, but Plenty of Charm: Hitting the Haunts in Old Savannah
They say Savannah is the most haunted city in America, and that may be true. But no matter how plentiful they are, those Southern ghosts sure are shy. Or,... Read More
Have You Seen T+L's Best Travel Gifts for 2010?
Still not sure what to buy for those travelers on your gift list? Whether they’re nature-lovers, new parents, or nose-in-the-air fashionistas, the Travel + ... Read More
Chef Vikas Khanna Asks, What Connects Food and Faith?
As with men and women, behind every great religion you’ll find a greater kitchen. At least that’s Vikas Khanna’s theory. In his new film series, Holy Kitc... Read More
With the 2010 Commonwealth Games Over, India Eyes the Olympics
By most accounts, the XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 were a success. Held every four years, the Olympics-style event brings together 71 nations, most of whom... Read More
New Study Lets Airlines off the Hook for Serving Bland Food
Despite the best efforts of Daniel Boulud, Thomas Keller, and other celebrity chefs enlisted by airlines to jazz up their menus, a new study suggests that... Read More
Et Tu, Lufthansa? Another Company Jumps on the 'Eat, Pray, Love' Bandwagon
Despite a movie adaptation that met with less-than-rave reviews, the Eat, Pray, Love juggernaut continues to inspire a wide variety of licensed (and unlic... Read More
Redrawing the Caribbean: Goodbye Dutch Antilles, Hello New Curaçao
In two days, cartographers will need to update their maps of the Caribbean. On Sunday, October 10 (that is, 10/10/10), the Netherlands Antilles will be di... Read More